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Congressman Lipinski Hosts Town Hall Meeting and Senior Fair (April 28, 2010)

 
Congressman Dan Lipinski will hold a Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, May 1, to hear from his constituents and take their questions about federal issues. He will also hold a Senior Fair on Monday, May 3, to give seniors a chance to get assistance with a variety of issues from his staff as well as local organizations, agencies, and businesses.

"I continue to listen extremely closely to the residents of the Third District and to fight for their interests in Washington," Congressman Lipinski said. "With millions of people still out of work, I know this is a tremendously difficult time for many families. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to hear from my constituents at my town hall meeting and discuss the work I'm doing to revitalize our economy and create jobs. I'm also pleased to be holding another Senior Fair to help seniors cut through bureaucratic red tape and get the services they need. My office has helped countless seniors get answers and solve problems involving Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Veterans' benefits, the Postal Service, and many other federal issues. This Senior Fair is an extension of my help for all the seniors in my district."

Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, May 1, 2010, 10:00 a.m.
H.H. Conrady Junior High School
7950 West 97th Street
Hickory Hills, Illinois 60457

Starting one hour before the Town Hall Meeting, staff will assist constituents with Social Security and other federal issues. 

Senior Fair
Monday, May 3, 2010, 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Vittum Park
5010 West 50th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60638

Among those scheduled to attend are representatives from the Social Security Administration, Archer Pharmacy, Walgreens, Advocate Christ Medical Center, the Illinois State Treasurer's Office, Franciscan Village, Waddell & Reed, Home Helpers, Comfort Keepers, CEDA, Age Options, the Cook County Sheriff's Office, La Grange Pointe and Elmhurst Pointe, and Home and Hearth Caregivers.

For more information, please call (312) 886-0481 or visit www.lipinski.house.gov.

(April 28, 2010)

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